Some European customers have reported a custom Ubisoft bug related to Far Cry 6, which is preventing a production upgrade from PS4 to PS5 for free. The publisher put the wrong version of the game in the boxes.
After the premiere of the latest installment in the Far Cry series, the French industry giant has to face even more With the firm response of PETA. It is possible that the manufacturer did not guarantee the delivery of appropriate versions of physical copies for production, as some gamers who made purchases in the UK received Russian copies of the Yara Adventure.
The problem is not only with the language version, but more importantly, the islanders cannot update the title from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 – The option is blocked due to differences in account location and location. Customers are also unable to download the free add-ons that are included in the more expensive version of Far Cry 6. Currently, the only solution to the embarrassing situation is to set up a second PlayStation ID and download the production from the Russian PlayStation Store.
Not only were fans of the series from Great Britain, users from Germany and Greece also reported on the Ubisoft Technical Support Forum that they received the Russian version of the new version.
After the first reports emerged, the publisher confirmed that it was aware of the difficulties and was trying to resolve any inconveniences:
Interestingly enough, this isn’t the first Ubisoft mishap of this kind. The company faced a similar challenge before, where a few months ago a group of players from Great Britain also got the Russian version of the title. – This time the difficulties were with Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
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